User Profile: Jim S

Jim S

Member Since: September 14, 2010

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  • October 24, 2014 at 8:33am

    This and SO many other reasons are why we should return CA to Mexico and wish them well. Forget banning Ebola patients, ban transit of CA citizens to any state. Ask Oregon, WA, CO, AZ what happens when the plague of Californians hits. I would not lift a finger to prevent a woman from having an abortion and she damn well better not lift a finger to have me pay for it. Of all the various ills in our society the killing of innocents is the most disgusting. Fight this one, I’ll chip in.

  • [1] October 23, 2014 at 8:55pm

    @Kryteon -
    @JimS
    Let me say it slowly. We were told, “clergy…. will…. not…. have…. to…. perform…. homosexual…. ceremonies”.

    The Hitching Post doesn’t have to have clergy perform the ceremony, have anyone who can legally. They demand a marriage lic, $$$ and their people MUST perform the ceremony. That is THEIR limitation, not the laws. So the clergy who decline same sex marriage can decline. Hire someone else. They get the rental hall bucks, clergy never married anyone they didn’t want and the wedding party enjoyed your fine facility.So the public facility was open to the public and no church was forced to perform a service they objected to. Read that out loud slowly…

  • [-1] October 23, 2014 at 6:16pm

    @Kryteon -
    @Jim S
    Funny how the conversation changes AFTER the homosexual initiative is passed. When debating this initiative, proponents said, “clergy will never be forced to perform ceremonies”. Well, we all now know that’s a homosexual lie.

    Not quite. They perform non denominational marriages and offer ministers or those licensed to perform marriages. They will not allow others to perform the ceremony. A Catholic priest or Baptist minister will not “marry” two Jews, gay or straight and no one is demanding they do. However, if the church rents out a hall, separate from church ownership, to the public..it’s open to all the public.
    The church is closed to all but it’s members, the hall is open to the public.

  • [-1] October 23, 2014 at 6:07pm

    @MissIdaWest -
    @Jim S – The Supreme Court disagrees with you as stated by their Hobby Lobby ruling. The Hitching post is not a corporation – it is a privately held business, the owners of which are Christian.

    Using that reasoning, they could also refuse blacks, jews, catholics. Hobby Lobby gladly takes money from gays and gals that had abortions. They open their doors to the public and must serve the public. The benefits they pay or withhold from employees does not apply to servicing the public. Now if Hobby Lobby refused to serve same sex couples in their stores, apples to apples. Again, you cannot force a church to perform same sex marriage. Hitching post is not a church and is not being asked to provide abortions to it’s employees.

  • [1] October 23, 2014 at 5:25pm

    @DSTSS2010 -
    Your “Kosher Koolaid” comment reveals much about your viewpoint. Perhap you should change your name to “Jim SS”. Ja?

    Of course, if one doesn’t blindly follow Israel, they must be a Nazi..Da?
    Speaking of Nazi tactics…write the headline for this cherry Israeli story..
    http://www.forbes.com/sites/eliseknutsen/2013/01/28/israel-foribly-injected-african-immigrant-women-with-birth-control/

    Now a pro Israel writer might say.” Israeli health care system works with Ethiopian Jewish women on family planning.”

    A anti Israel writer” Medical procedures forced on prisoners in camp. 1944 Germany ? or 2013 Israel ?

    Heil truth…try it. Shalom…

  • [1] October 23, 2014 at 4:23pm

    @SLAPTHELEFT -
    Jim
    As to your last post- that $ht went out the door a long time ago. Now the reporters are paid to slant coverage or run out of their position if the wander from the predetermined outcome desired by the PR d-bags.
    See michael brown and trayvon martin.

    I agree but the PR d-bags are alive and well on the left and right. That’s why a false anti-Jewish claim ,on THIS story,rings false. Some seem to only see the others sides PR d-bags…I can’t stand any of them. Playing the Jew card isn’t any more acceptable as the race card. But Jews and Blacks do have folks who hate them, just ID the right ones or you lose credibility.

  • October 23, 2014 at 4:17pm

    @makingout -
    Jim S,
    How about “Three month old baby killed in terrorist attack”? Isn’t that more germane as to why the police shot him?

    Oh either headline would be correct. Of course then the anti cop folks will scream they are not reporting cops shooting people. This is why you read the article,the headline grabs the readers attention. If the headline is false then we have a problem. Quite conservative here, I don’t swallow the left, right or Kosher Kool Aid.

  • October 23, 2014 at 2:54pm

    @Koukimonster -
    But they’re not BIASED. The headline the AP posted is blatantly leaving out any info to Give the Israeli police even benefit of the doubt.

    Headlines are not articles and reporters should give NO ONE the benefit of the doubt. They should report the facts as best they can gather them. The reader can side with one or the other if they choose to do so. Nothing in the headline is incorrect. Sorry but this is starting to sound like Rev.Al and Jackson, they see racism everywhere and now we have the pro Israel crowd seeing anti-Jew in anything not bias in their favor. I could list one headline after another that the Blaze has written that was either wrong or a falsehood of the entire story. But that would be holding the Blaze to journalistic standards and that is not fair to the Blaze.

  • [-2] October 23, 2014 at 2:46pm

    @Lunar -
    Shouldn’t you be looking for a nice Mormon temple to try and sue to get married with your same sex ugly as hell man partner ?

    My lovely wife of almost 40 years is shocked at your slander..lol…Mormons can marry whoever and how many they wish…but we agree men are ugly..

  • [-3] October 23, 2014 at 2:06pm

    @MissIdaWest -
    No – this HAS to stop! Gays are going out of their way to harass Christians who own businesses for the sole purpose of destroying their lives. I never gave much thought to gays before – and had no problem with them having equal protection under the law.

    Go to their website FAQ
    What do I need to do before I get married?
    Before getting married at the Hitching Post, you will need to acquire an Idaho State Marriage License. We also encourage you to make a reservation.
    http://hitchingpostweddings.com

    The state of Idaho issues same sex marriage licenses. The Hitching Post is a business open to the public it is NOT a church. Do they remarry divorced couples in direct violation of the Christ’s command? Of course they do,who cares if it’s a sin, abomination that spits in the face of the Lord. A church can certainly refuse a religious ceremony to same sex or whoever fails to meet their standards. Was their lives ruined in all the divorced remarrys ? If a church is ever ordered to preform a marriage against it’s values, I support the church 100%…this ain’t a church. Would you like to marry in the Chapel? Or the Western Room? How about the Victorian theme room? Next year perhaps a Hello Kitty den…in keeping with traditional Christian values.

  • October 23, 2014 at 1:55pm

    @Lunar -Oct.
    Your so purposefully stupid, the best case scenario is one day I get to throw rocks at your head while you pray for forgiveness.
    If the owners ARE Christian then so is the buisness they own

    Spoken like a good Muslim…stone those with a different opinion. But we were discussing Christians and public facilities. I realize your religion doesn’t allow that and you stone and behead non followers. We Christians are a bit different,but thanks for your views..they will be given the weight they deserve.

  • [-23] October 23, 2014 at 12:42pm

    The Blaze is complaining about misleading headlines ! Mr.Kettle meet Mr Pot. Also,the headline is correct and the 1st paragraph gives the details. Phony outrage # 358.

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  • October 23, 2014 at 11:36am

    “Israel has admitted for the first time that it has been giving Ethiopian Jewish immigrants birth-control injections, often without their knowledge or consent.
    The government had previously denied the practice but the Israeli Health Ministry’s director-general has now ordered gynaecologists to stop administering the drugs. According a report in Haaretz, suspicions were first raised by an investigative journalist, Gal Gabbay, who interviewed more than 30 women from Ethiopia in an attempt to discover why birth rates in the community had fallen dramatically.
    One of the Ethiopian women who was interviewed is quoted as saying: “They [medical staff] told us they are inoculations. We took it every three months. We said we didn’t want to.” It is alleged that some of the women were forced or coerced to take the drug while in transit camps in Ethiopia.”[link to http://www.independent.co.uk

    Ah yes…so many sins, one must choose what to report. Can Palestinians live anywhere in Israel ?..how bought that…

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  • October 23, 2014 at 11:22am

    The Hitching Post is a for profit rental hall. It offers non-denominational services or generic religious service. The owners are Christian, the business is not. If the city was suing a Church or Synagogue or mosque to perform a same sex marriage it would be laughed out of court. Open your business to the public and gays,straights, catholics even Mormons can come in. But Catholics and Mormons can allow or forbid among the members, including same sex marriage. That distinction MUST be respected. And when you are not a church,you can’t claim that status and THAT must be respected.

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  • [1] October 22, 2014 at 4:46pm

    @Pass_the_Bacon -
    I think people who act like this is no big deal are a bunch of double tongued hypocrites and wouldn’t be pedaling this B.S if they had to put their own rear and their families ” life on the line”…

    Having put my life on the line for others quite a few times and being alive long enough to realize almost all things are in fact no big deal. There are real dangers and there are potential, manageable, solvable ones. Bright folks know the difference and act accordingly. Obama is a bad president and we should restrict travel from W.Africa…and no Americans have died from Ebola in the US. So “most” of what we have been told , so far,is true. The CDC says “Low Risk” and some people hear “NO risk”. If the situation changes I’ll reevaluate my opinions…I just wish the doomtards would do the same. Been a month….so far no outbreak…GREAT !

  • October 22, 2014 at 3:58pm

    @Proverbs17-12NLT -
    Jim- Thumbs down, your type of thinking is what kills a lot of innocent folks

    What is my “Type” of thinking? You were asking for the MSM to report nightly on the American body count..Ok ZERO…what does THAT type of thinking get you? When the planes engines fail,some people scream that we all gonna die in 5 minutes…the good pilot says heck,I’ve got 5 minutes to solve this problem …pretty clear who we want in a problem situation…Body count ZERO..I know you were hoping…maybe next time.

  • [3] October 22, 2014 at 11:04am

    More Americans have married Kim Kardashian than have died from Ebola. Govt., regardless of the party in charge, has one of two reactions to real or imagined crisis, under react or over react. As bad as the two infected nurses is,compare that to the sky is falling,we all gonna be infected in a month reaction to the problem. Each day that goes by with no new infections almost validates most of the CDC narrative,errors and all. Compare the CDC statements to the knee jerk statements here,in the media etc. You must come in direct contact with the bodily fluids of an Ebola infected person. It’s not airborne, and if proper protocols are taken, health care folks are safe. Obama is a bad president and no Americans have died of Ebola in the US after a month of having Ebola enter the US. Stop travel from the infected area for at least 3 months…prudent.

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  • October 21, 2014 at 2:24pm

    @123456beatriz
    @Jim Are you sure the 3dr. Tech Lab is not contaminated ? Who can give you security ?

    Given the errors made at the Dallas hospital I am surprised there are a few more. As far as we know there are none. The virus is not political. It’s hard to get Ebola. That our current bad president in his usual lump of indecision has no effect on the medical status of the virus. As the Dallas hospital has shown 100 medical staff can be around a patient in the end stages,full of the virus and two are infected. No one else has been infected. Obamacare, Isis, Bush, CDC, WHO et al., do not alter the virus…thankfully. I think people from Nigeria do die of heart attacks more than Ebola. I know, keep hoping. We have no Ebola outbreak in the US…and Obama is still a bad president.

  • [3] October 20, 2014 at 9:22pm

    @willkauffman -
    So what your saying is if they do not agree with you or someone else s convictions then they are Un–American?

    I have no idea of what their Americanism is at the moment. They said the requirement is a marriage certificate and payment and you must use their ministers. My point is this is not a church – state issue. This is for profit side business open to the public. If a “church” was being fined for not performing a same sex marriage I would support the church %.

  • October 20, 2014 at 9:02pm

    @Honestybefore truth -
    As to the race issue there is only one race, that of Man. His job as State A.G. is no different than any other attorney, to represent his client whether he agrees with “him” or not. As long as he does so in an ethical manner he is doing what is expected of his position

    So he should ‘”ethically” defend a law he believes is wrong. immoral? That depends on what is…is. I said I would prefer a man or woman who would decline to do something against their opinion. Attorneys can recuse themselves and do all the time.

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